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Using breadboards I soon faced the problem of the multimeter probes too thick to be plugged in the breadboard holes for a stable and handless contact. I had ...
the material needed for this project is A multimeter: In my case a DT830B (I choose a cheap one because I preferred not to endanger of destruction an ...
Unscrew the screws and open the multimeter case. If you can't see any screw they are probably in the battery housing.
make a hole in the plastic case. I used the hot tip of the soldering iron to make the hole(use an old tip or replace the tip with ...
Cut the wires ad the desired length Strip the wires and solder the wires at the contacts of the traditional probes. being interesten mainly in voltage and resistence ...
The conversion is finished and your multimeter is now breadboard friendly.
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